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In the investigations of cutaneous reactions and of peripheral vascular phenomena, the wheal has been a subject of much interest. Its appearance under various influences has confused the investigators in their effort to fix a single ultimate substance or cause as the direct etiologic factor....
STATUS OF ALLERGY TEACHING AS INDICATED IN MEDICAL SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS
I. HARRISON TUMPEER, M.D. Chicago
This review concerns itself solely with the allergy matter published in the current medical school announcements. The apparent nonchalant assignment of...
Professor Lange, who was long associated with Kraepelin and who is responsible for the last edition of Kraepelin's handbuch, has succumbed to the urge of writing a compendium of psychiatry. The views expressed are essentially those of Kraepelin and the book contains a fairly good...
In the lymphoid structures in cases of so-called thymic death Symmers1 described areas which he held to be indicative of anaphylactic changes. Hammar2 suggested repeatedly a state of unusual sensitivity as an underlying factor in so-called thymic death. Yet the anaphylactic conception of...
Among the accidents that have been reported incident to the use of high frequency currents in transurethral prostatic resections are ruptures of the bladder attributable to explosions within the organ.1 Doubtless similar explosions resulting only in damage to the bladder mucosa are not...
This book is sound. It will please physicians and could be read with profit by most of them. Part 1 gives menus for the correction of obesity, clearly detailed in household measures, with the necessary explanations. Part 2 contains an excellent discussion of the general principles of...
The American Medical Association will broadcast over the Blue network of the National Broadcasting Company at 5 p. m. eastern standard time (4 o'clock central standard time, 3 o'clock mountain time) October 1 and each Tuesday thereafter, presenting a...
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